Visit the Terezín Concentration Camp on a 5-hour excursion from Prague. During the Nazi occupation, this camp held over 150,000 prisoners. You’ll see the Memorial of National Martyrdom, the Small Fortress, and the Ghetto Museum at this haunting site.
What to Expect
Join this day excursion to Terezin, the site of the notorious concentration camp run by the Nazis during their occupation of Czechoslovakia.
With an expert guide you’ll visit the Memorial of National Martyrdom, built in memory of the victims of Nazi political and racial persecution during World War II. This is the only such site of its kind in the Czech Republic.
You’ll also visit the small fortress which served as a prison for the Prague Gestapo. As you explore the site, you’ll learn about the persecution of the Czech nation by the Nazi regime and the fates of Czech prisoners transferred to other concentration camps within Nazi Germany’s Third Reich.
Lastly, you’ll see the Ghetto Museum, which was opened in 1991 in the building that housed the former Terezín School. The Museum’s exhibits were arranged with the assistance of former prisoners of the Terezín Ghetto.
- Pick-up service from central Prague hotels upon request
- Museum entrance fee
What's Not Included
- Hotel drop off service
The tour departs from Narodni Street 38, Prague 1
What to Remember
The children's price applies to children 10 years old and under. The student's price applies to students 26 years old and under who are in possession of an ISIC Card.
Taking photos in interiors is charged by the Memorial. Photography and/or video shooting outdoors in the Small Fortress is charged at 50 CZK per 1 recording equipment (including mobile phone cameras).
Visit of crematorium in Terezin is optional and is not included. Crematorium is closed on Saturdays.